City secretary Tricia Smith said Reno is looking to hear from people who have previously reserved a gravesite for when they or a loved one passes away in an attempt to improve the organization at the cemetery.

RENO — The Reno Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved a request for a re-plat at its meeting this week, and will make a recommendation for the City Council to approve it at the council’s June 8 meeting.

With local communities still working to flatten the curve and quell the coronavirus pandemic, the Reno City Council agreed to extend its disaster proclamation another month to June 12.

Paris Community Theatre: Children’s Theatre classes and rehearsals for “Cabaret,” postponed indefinitely. Production of “Cabaret” postponed to a later date. No cancellations are planned at this time.

The cleanup event was supposed to take place April 18 and 19, but will be delayed until some time in July, city secretary Tricia Smith said.

The Reno Economic Development Comm-ittee is to discuss ideas and possibly make recommendations to City Council for new businesses when the committee meets at 6 p.m. Monday at Reno City Hall, 160 Blackburn St.

An outside audit report, a water systems inspection, a police department racial profiling report and an upcoming ISO evaluation of community fire protection all are agenda items when the city council meets at 6 p.m. Monday at Reno City Hall, 160 Blackburn St.

A Reno police officer was injured while pursuing a suspect on foot during a joint drug investigation with the Lamar County Sheriff's Office and the Northeast Texas Auto Theft Task Force.